About RACHEL STEELE & ROAD 88:
Rachel’s musical prowess has been praised time and time again, not just by industry experts, but by a more important part of the musical equation — the listeners.
In 2013 Rachel Steele and Road 88 won the coveted Sacramento Area Music Award, better known as the Sammies. The Sacramento News & Review’s Sammie award is determine by votes from readers and fans throughout the Sacramento region. After tallying the thousands of votes this year, Rachel Steele and Road 88 won the award for best Americana/Alternative Country band.
Having opened for country music greats like Big & Rich, Gretchen Wilson, Trace Adkins, Jason Michael Carol and Mark Chesnutt, Rachel Steele is a force to be reckoned with.
As Rachel Steele, and Road 88 band members Scott Prentice (guitar/vocals), Charlie McGimsey (drums), Vinnie Panteleoni (bass), Bob Kinney (guitar) and Tony Windle (keys) are catapulted into 2014, they are working harder than ever to continue bringing their heart-pounding performances to a wider range of audiences.
The energetic and “sassy” singer/songwriter brings her pristine vocals and her A-game to every performance. It’s obvious by the way she works the stage, the crowd, and interacts with band members that she’s the ultimate performer.
Rachel Steele together with Scott Prentice have put pen to paper, pouring their heart and soul into songs like “Child of Innocence,” telling a passionate and emotional story of a little girl.
Rachel’s fun loving nature comes out in her original song, “The Shot Song,” Inspired by Gabriel Iglesias (A.K.A. Fluffy), who was able to single-handedly destroy 15 double shots of tequila. One line of the song references those 15 doomed shots of tequila, “Fluffy got me beat I saw him do 15." The songs always gets the crowd on their feet and singing.
Rachel Steele and Road 88 are looking forward to soaring to new heights in the coming year.
Why don’t you come along for the ride?
Cover charge TBD — Kids free w/ paid responsible adult.